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Advanced Mobile Technology and Future Opportunities

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No one can dispute that mobile technology is changing lives and that the industry is surpassing all others in growth, including online technology. Today, the fact that you can handle many everyday tasks on your phone can be something you already take for granted. The evolution of mobile telephony has been rapid and that of smartphones, as the iPhone's flagship growth towards the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, has been even faster.

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In the future, you can expect your mobile phone to be even more closely integrated into your daily life. Some industry experts and futurists predict that phones will be remotes for everyone 's life, while others think that cell phones will literally lead lives for people. Here is a short list of some of the things you can expect from future mobile phones.

New Features

One of the most striking features of the development of mobile technology is the way it will blend into everyday life. A good example is the Internet of Things (IoT), a term that describes networked devices with electronic functions and Internet connectivity. Networks and mobile technology are developing to such an extent that IoT is about to reach the general public, making interaction even easier from a personal device; already, you can check if you have milk in your refrigerator or change your car-free route.

Advancement of the material

It is reported that the upcoming iPhone will probably be a retro-inspired pinball phone as a support for vintage-inspired technology grows. However, most people think that the future of mobile technology will focus on sartorial technologies, many suggesting the communication and such mobile functions will not be phones at all.

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The latest generation of smartwatches is unconnected and performs more functions than ever before. The headphones are already wireless, and are probably not connected too. In addition, soft contact lenses instead of gear mounted on the head are not so far into the future.

Creative designers, stretching the boundaries of what your smartphone is capable of, have developed concept phones like the Motorola Piccolo. Features of these concept phones include hologram spotlights for wrist wear, full-function wrists, and phones that are flexible enough to be creased or folded.

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Expect the idea of ​​a malleable phone or hologram to be expanded to suit what you are doing, while simpler hardware enhancements are already available. For example, Sony has a goal that allows its users to take advantage of digital cameras on smartphones to a whole new level.

Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR)

VR and AR are expected to mature with mobile technology. Pokémon Go has already given the world an idea of ​​the augmented reality augmented reality. Professional and educational applications are also exciting. The RA can allow students to learn more about a specimen or an object on which they put the phone's camera, or even display other results of things like fires and floods. The RV can also be used to immerse students in any scenario that they learn or even allow doctors to see and perform surgeries from remote locations.

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The IoT is not the only way to make your life easier. it will also offer new ways to connect to different information. For example, with AR, you can not only learn more about a work of art just by focusing on it; You will also learn about businesses by focusing on the office block through your phone's camera.


Desktops can perform all present and future functions in mobile devices. However, modern technology makes mobile options as powerful as laptops and desktops, and people seem to prefer them first. In fact, mobile technology seems better integrated into the daily lives of tomorrow.